Demographics of Central Park

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Population Statistics for Central Park

22%
Owner-occupied Household
34%
Married Population
Homes Information
neighborhood Median Year Built Median Move In Year
Central Park 1971 2002
Sutton Place 1956 2001
Flatiron District 1964 2003
Midtown South Central 1943 2004
Midtown Center 1958 2003
Gramercy Park 1955 2002
SoHo 1939 2002
Upper West Side 1939 2001
Upper East Side 1955 2002
Roosevelt Island 1991 2005
East Harlem 1959 2001
Population Information
neighborhood Median Income College Educated
Central Park $57,872 56%
Sutton Place $145,208 81%
Flatiron District $136,546 85%
Midtown South Central $97,813 82%
Midtown Center $83,398 70%
Gramercy Park $108,291 84%
SoHo $90,339 76%
Upper West Side $99,521 81%
Upper East Side $110,833 83%
Roosevelt Island $81,065 47%
East Harlem $29,419 28%